Beef up dinner tonight with these hearty and delicious recipes starring our favorite red meat.
Teriyaki sauce lends the meat in this recipe a sweet yet savory flavor. It's also a key ingredient in the dressing for the Asian slaw.
This grand American meat recipe submitted by Amy H. is the perfect dish for a busy homemaker/professional woman.
Make sure to include this meal at your next fiesta.
A blend of beef and onion will make your mouth water for this savory stew.
Meatballs that are baked not fried, giving a crispier taste.
With ingredients that one almost always has on hand you can make a flank steak extra special in no time!
Equally delicious as a taco filling or a topping for refried beans and rice, this dish features chayote, a pale green, pear-shaped fruit popular in many Latin American countries.
This Mexican-inspired main dish gives plain enchiladas a flavor boost with feta and cheddar cheeses, avocado slices, and juicy grilled skirt steak.
Tangy and gingery, this recipe wins raves from kids and grown-ups alike.
If there were national sauces Chimichurri would be Argentina's. Marry that with the country's splendid beef and you've got a winning combination. The sauce will keep for weeks in the fridge and is handy to dress up pork, chicken even salad.
The scent of this delicious slow-roasted brisket will drive you crazy as it cooks -- ever so slowly -- to perfect tenderness. It tastes every bit as wonderful as it smells.
Tender beef and a sesame hoisin sauce make a winning combination.
You can expect a high number of interceptions when you pass these individual-size meatball sandwiches during halftime festivities.
A delicious meal to make ahead of time, and save for a day when you are short on time. Just pop it in the oven and in no time you have a homecooked meal.
Baked in an oven-to-table casserole, this dish will be very hot when it comes out of the oven, so be sure to let it cool for several minutes before serving.
How do you give vegetables an extra dose of kid appeal? Start with bell peppers, fill them with seasoned beef and rice, and top them off with sauce and cheese.
Here's a full-flavored chili with just a touch of heat. If your kids don't like theirs too spicy, use only about three-quarters of the Southwest Seasoning Mix and save the rest to season other Tex-Mex dishes.
Beef Kebabs with Grilled Asian Slaw
Grandma Merle's Meat Loaf
Soft Beef Tortillas
Beef and Onion Stew
Oven-Baked Meatballs with Quick Marinara Sauce
Asian Marinated Flank Steak
Costa Rican Beef and Chayote
Beef Enchiladas with Tomato Relish
Grilled Sirloin Kebobs
Grilled Hanger Steak with Chimichurri Sauce
Mini Football Subs
Cheese-stuffed Meat Loaf
World's Best Shepherd's Pie
Stuffed Bell Peppers
Beef and Black Bean Chili